It’s more frequent for people as time passes by to use essential oils as an opportunity to improve our relationship with the feminine.
An odor is the result of the activation of a very specific neural path. It is, in short, a connectome associated with a large number of memories that, when activated, are perceived in our heads as a smell.
The process of smelling is well studied and gives us a very interesting margin to make use of the plasticity of our brain to improve our experience with oils, month by month, and work on our associated memory with odors.
Recognized as culture-linked syndromes, these two terms define behaviors defined by localisms and beliefs that affect people effectively.
A team from the Universidad Politécnica de Hong Kong, led by Mexican Doctor Dalinda Isabel Sánchez-Vidaña observed that the effects on mice, observed in vivo, both behaviorally and cellularly, support the possible use of lavender as a promising treatment option for depression in the future.